bare the social cleansing underway in London with the active support of
local councils, argues a report by Housing Action Southwark & Lambeth.(1)
See alsoVeteran Scottish community social worker Bob Holman on why poor people must meet [the Prime Minister of the day].(2)
And now Secretary of State for Work & Pensions Iain Duncan Smith's 2009 admission to the Fabian Society that Thatcherite 'right-to-buy' policies had led to ghettoisation.(3)
And, amidst all the stuff about £12bn further welfare cuts and reducing the 'benefit cap' and disability benefits still further, consider: is social cleansing now exposed as the end game of Government social policies, or is it an 'unintended consequence'?